Mountain Hardwear Trango 4-Season Tents
Mountain Hardwear Trango 4-Season Tents
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Mountain Hardwear’s world-renowned Trango tents have been the standard for high-altitude trips for more than 20 years. Featuring extremely durable yet lightweight materials, they’re built strong for windy, snowy conditions Read More

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Smallory
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Mar 29, 2017
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This is an incredible tent. I have one now that I have used for years. Spent 6 days tent bound on Denali inside this tent. By the end of the storm the tent was almost completely buried. Held up great. Looking to replace, mine starting to show some wear.
Mar 29, 2017
pohaku53
3
Mar 6, 2017
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I own a Trango 3, which I have had for many years. Great tent. This is a 4 season tent, not a 3 season. Much more robust. Not mostly mesh, like the 3 season tents. Made for cold and inclement weather. You pay a price with the weight, but if you need to anticipate adverse conditions, this is a tent you would want. Competes with the high end Northface 4 season tents. I also own a Nemo Lohsi 3p tent which is a great 3 season tent, but I wouldn't use it for winter or early spring or late fall camping up here in Minnesota. With a couple dogs and 2 people, I would definitely go with the 3 or 4 person tent.
Mar 6, 2017
Tbond
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Mar 2, 2017
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Anyone have any advice on the sizing? 2 person vs 4 person? I have two large dogs and would like to be able to fit one extra person at times, without lugging around too large of a tent
Mar 2, 2017
DannyMilks
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Mar 2, 2017
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So it will be you and two dogs, plus potentially one extra person? I would go with the 2p or 3p. This tent is quite roomy inside that you could squeeze 2 campers and 2 dogs into the 2p, or fit nicely into the 3p (but then you'd have to carry the extra weight / bulk for the rest of the trips when it's only you and the dogs).
Mar 2, 2017
My dogs get their own tent.
Mar 6, 2017
ThorTheNinja
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Mar 2, 2017
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How does this tent compare to other brands? I mean, why does this regularly have $650+ price when others are like $200. http://a.co/fiponIW
Mar 2, 2017
fr0z3n
15
Mar 6, 2017
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Similar question, I have a Big Agnes Copper Spur UL2 which is WAY lighter then this and only a bit smaller. Why would I want this tent? Is it for colder temps or something?
Mar 6, 2017
Wcnewtonbus
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Mar 7, 2017
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It's designed for conditions you would expect to encounter in winter and/or above tree line. Winds and heavy snows that are potentially life threatening in the tent you mentioned, are easily handled by dedicated 4 season tents. It weighs more, but if you're overnighting in its intended environment, it would be reckless to not have the security.
Mar 7, 2017